Google continues to boost their game selection with many fan favourites continuing to arrive on their Stadia game streaming service. They also have big plans.
After recently announcing new features for Stadia like messaging and profiles (and possibly new country support coming), Google seem to be firming it up elsewhere with it being even easier to try out without buying anything.
Stadia, the Linux-powered game streaming service from Google is just about to coming up on the one year mark since it originally went live for early backers. They're now releasing new features again and talking about the future.
Google continue pushing their Stadia game streaming service, with new game releases and some useful new features that are available now.
Google has announced the latest set of Stadia Pro games, along with new titles about to release like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Watch Dogs: Legion. PLUS news of Ubisoft+ coming to Stadia soon.
After a three day event to show off new games for Stadia, along with three special demos now live you would think Google was having a good time. Unfortunately, one developer derailed it all.
Day 2 of 3 down for the Stadia event, with multiple new announcements to go through of new games coming and extras playable right now.
When Google started hyping up three days of announcements and demos, it has probably disappointed many that the first day was PAC-MAN.
Not long after confirmation that Cyberpunk 2077 will be on Stadia at release on November 19, Google has confirmed lots more games are on the way from Ubisoft.
While the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 will not support the Linux desktop, it is at least confirmed to be launching on Stadia same-day as other platforms on November 19.
Google have teased a big Stadia event planned next week where we could see new game announcements, along with some special early demos to try out.
It's genuinely amazing that it's taken Google, a company that runs an entire platform dedicated to video (YouTube), almost an entire year to get their message clear on Stadia.
As Google continue to build up Stadia, they're gradually announcing more games coming and we have another three smaller indie titles now confirmed.
Seems Google are getting a bit more chatty about Stadia recently. Hot on the heels of announcing another round of new indie games with Stadia Makers, we have another round-up for you.
Google have launched multiple new games on the game streaming service Stadia, with plenty available free if you have a Stadia Pro subscription.
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